Past PIP claimants who are affected by the rule change - dating back to April 2016 - are being sought by the DWP
Ministers have said a new £5,000 grant will make heat pumps cost a similar amount to gas boilers
Homeowners will be offered a grant worth up to £5,000 to switch from gas boilers to more energy-efficient heat pumps
The Winter Fuel Payment, which is usually referred to as a 'heating allowance', is an annual tax-free payment from the Department of Work and Pensions
Making key changes to your diet and cutting food waste can reduce greenhouse gases, writes Madeleine Cuff
Alfred G Pearce has streamlined its operation, including cutting the number of days it delivers food, after produce was left to rot at depots
Microsoft said that 'flirtatious' emails from Mr Gates were 'not overtly sexual' but were 'inappropriate'
Sophie Zhang, a former data scientist at Facebook, says the company could not agree on the significance of a false political inflation campaign in Honduras
Tory backbencher Mark Francois said Facebook and Twitter chiefs should be 'dragged kicking and screaming' to the bar of the Commons to explain how they intend to crack down on online hate
Powell’s switch from soldier to statesman happened in 2000 when president George W Bush made him the first black US Secretary of State
Fully vaccinated UK tourists will be able to enter the US again from 8 November when the long-standing travel ban ends
Owners say the lack of pay, the unsociable working hours and zero hours contracts have put workers off the industry
One thing is clear: we urgently need to make politics more human and that needs to happen online as well as offline
Ofgem said the firm's 22,000 customers would be switched to a larger supplier and any credit in their accounts protected
Facebook is hiring 10,000 new workers in Europe to help make its metaverse dreams a (virtual) reality - but what does it all mean?
The Chancellor will reveal his autumn spending review on 27 October
The Bank of England is preparing to increase interest rates in order to head off persistently high inflation
The investment, part-funded by the UK government, will see the company make roughly 250,000 electric vehicle power units per year from mid-2024
Taxes may have to rise if the Treasury fails to set out a clear and consistent approach to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, a report has warned
Groundbreaking report finds that a rapid switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy would save 'hundreds of billions of dollars a year' by 2030
A combination of factors has struck supply chains and left supermarkets and retailers struggling to deal with the fallout
'If you were to ask yourself, would you want to be an MP, would you want one of your loved ones to be an MP, I think it's quite hard at the moment to say, yes'
The Home Secretary, Speaker of the House of Commons and the police are looking to "close the gaps" in security for MPs and councillors
News of the former US president's attendance will come as a huge boost for the summit in Glasgow, with several key global figures yet to confirm their attendance
So far, the US Government has not confirmed a precise date in November for lifting its UK and EU travel ban
Suppliers say they expect to meet demand but the Regent's Street flagship store only had four of its top 10 products on Friday
'Everybody’s probably already written their Christmas lists - it’s going to be a very hard job for parents to manage expectations,' one retalier said
But neither side rules out a mooted compromise on the role of European judges.
Prices have also now gone up by nearly 26p a litre from exactly a year ago when the cost was 114.50p